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August 29, 2014 - 15:22
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Otter has announced that divers now the option of colour accents on their MK2 Britannic drysuit.

This trilaminate / shell suit was originally developed in 1987 by the British manufacturer for Kevin Gurr’s expedition to HMHS Britannic.

Over the years this suit has been ‘the suit of choice’ for many expeditions diving the iconic wreck. In 2013, Otter launched the MK2 version. Fans of Otter find this suit lighter than its parent.

Otter has developed a flexible armour skin that is malleable, strong and does not weight much. The MK2 Britannic benefits from a telescoping torso, choice of pockets and valves (Sitech or Apeks), big double knee pads and a neoprene neck warmer as standard.

Optional extras include a choice boot; either a dry neoprene sock / rock boot combo, or a traditional drysuit boot; dry glove systems, replacement silicone neck and wist seals.

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